Cork Hurlers - Part 2

It shows where we are at when todays Sunday Indo has a two page interview with Frank murphy
All about how great city hurling used to be
No acknowledgement of current weakness or debt
The remnants of Ireland past. Thankfully it’s almost gone.
The Indo.. pure trash rag.
There is one man responsible for where we are in the city and where the whole county is at financially. One man presided over the biggest demise in Irish sports history.
Ya, cos you have some people who only go to matches in de pairc anyway.
Cork hurling has a unique support. It’s normally massive and the best in the country. A lot of the supporters go along for the occasion, the color and craic. It’s a brilliant experience rich in Irish culture,
A lot of our hurling supporters have little involvement in Cork hurling or clubs though. It’s a bit like Munster rugby.
Nothing wrong with it by the way, I’m only pointing it out.
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